Imagine this: white lights outline and silhouette the historic city of Fernandina Beach from the ground to the rooftops. Pipe in holiday music (by reactivating the in-ground sound system) and you have a winter wonderland — without the snow, along historic Centre Street. Read more about an idea for a holiday festival featuring glowing lights on downtown buildings.
The location of a dumpster placed in middle of the parking lot at Main Beach has created a stink on social media. While a brick wall and a gate enclose the dumpster, someone said it was like putting lipstick on a pig. Either way, it’s hard to miss.
Observe nature’s pink in plumes and blooms by venturing into Egans Greenway this summer in Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island, Florida. It’s one of the best spots on the island for birdwatching and native wildflowers.
Applying the “prudent man theory” to issues facing the city of Fernandina Beach. “What would a prudent man (or woman) do?” Steve Nicklas discusses the library, Fernandina waterfront and marina silt, and city government.
Amelia Island serves up dining deals during a delectable showcase of island hot spots for food and fun in January 2012. Amelia Island Restaurant Week features 23 different island restaurants, ranging from fine dining to flip-flop friendly, with 3-course price fixed menus.
- “Nights of Lights” Holiday Festival. A Bright Idea For Downtown Fernandina? 06/03/2013
- June 2013 Free Plant Clinics & Landscape Matters Class Offered by Nassau County Extension 05/31/2013
- Change Coming To Fernandina’s Boardwalk By The Sea, Main Beach Park 05/14/2013
- Bike, Hike, Run on New 6.2 Mile Amelia Island Trail 05/10/2013
- Fernandina’s 50th SHRIMP FESTIVAL 2013 Parade Highlights: Photo Gallery 04/29/2013
- Nassau County, Florida Extension’s May 2013 Gardening Clinics 04/28/2013
- Amelia Island Treasure Hunters: In Search of The San Miguel. Buried Treasure Worth $2 Billion 04/23/2013
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